pack●et●mon●key, pak-it-mungh-kee, noun, plural: pack●et●mon●keys, verb, pack●et●mon●keyed, pack●et●mon●keying.
a person (typically young) devoid of hacking
skills who copies code and techniques from adept hackers
and wrongfully boasts about their awesomeness.
to be hacked and told about it by the attacking packet-monkey who generally calls you and your mother names while associating himself with your mother in an erotic fashion.